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ArcelorMittal steel solutions for aerosols achieve major weight reductions and eliminate BPA in mounting cups.

The Aerosol and Dispensing Forum (ADF) has recognised ArcelorMittal for the development of a new BPA-NI mounting cup for aerosol containers. The BPA-NI mounting cup is free of Bisphenol A (BPA) which has been linked to health problems in the past. ArcelorMittal will formally receive the ADF award during a ceremony at the ADF Paris Packaging week on 30 June 2022.

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Trivium is a European leader in the production of metal packaging and has worked with ArcelorMittal Europe – Flat Products for decades. When Trivium noticed a variation in the quality of coils they used to make their easy-open ends, the can maker immediately alerted ArcelorMittal. That call led to a project which has not only enhanced coil quality and improved Trivium’s productivity – it has also resulted in the development of a new steel grade which improves the opening experience for consumers

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A survey conducted by Uppia in France during 2020 has found that the number of 18- to 35-year-olds buying canned food has rebounded after years of decline. And not only are young people buying more canned food, they also consume it more regularly. But rather than the sustainability advantages of metal packaging, the increase is driven by convenience and practicality. Communicating the environmental benefits of steel remains a challenge, but it is one that professional organisations such as Uppia are taking on in cooperation with ArcelorMittal and other industry players.